CHICAGO -- Local Michigan issuers continue to trickle back into the municipal bond market.

The triple-A rated city of Troy was the latest Tuesday, pricing $15 million of uninsured limited-tax general obligation bonds, paying between 50 to 100 basis points more on interest rates than similar rated debt, Municipal Market Data yields show.

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